Aleje Ujazdowskie—one of the finest addresses in Warsaw. A neobaroque tenement house that fortunately survived the ravages of war. Within it lies a 110-square-meter apartment, whose owner had a clear vision of an eclectic interior with restored traces of the past and strong accents of contemporary art. The project, based on these guidelines, involved renovating the stucco decorations, introducing stylized parquet flooring (herringbone and lamella patterns), and even reconstructing neobaroque entrance doors. To pay homage to the building’s glorious past, we incorporated a range of noble materials such as marble, walnut wood, and top-quality fabrics. We also consciously aimed to preserve the witnesses of this place’s complicated history. One such example is the opening in one of the salon’s side walls, now glazed loft-style, and the steel suspension beam in another. The eclectic character is also reflected in the furnishings. Objects previously owned by the investor were complemented with minimalist, modern-style furniture, accessories, and artworks.
Zdjęcia: Katarzyna Ładczuk – Ład Studio